Digital Citizenship & Internet Safety
for School DistrictsLife.On.Line will be available FREE to anyone beginning in September 2017.To be notified when the materials are available, email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWESD 101's Life.On.Line Internet Safety Curriculum began as a series of individually-scheduled webinars that helped schools meet E-Rate and CIPA requirements. It has since expanded into a complete digital package used by ESDs in Washington and beyond. By incorporating student-centered activities, on-demand videos, and classroom polling, the program provides districts an innovative option for delivering curriculum.The Life.On.Line package includes:
All resources are in digital format and can be accessed online or downloaded for local access.
- Lesson Plans with recommendations for using the lessons with your students;
- 20-45 minute video-on-demand lessons with interactive student polls and discussion prompts;
- Streaming videos are available with Closed Captioning;
- Pre- and post-lesson activities that support the lesson content;
- Activities to extend the lesson, built on free Common Sense Media and NetSmartz resources;
- Links to other free, online resources for teachers and students; and
- Suggested forms and methods for documenting E-Rate compliance.
The focus of these lessons cover topics such as:
Materials have been developed for four student grade bands, K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12, and are aligned with National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) and Common Core Standards.
- Cyberbullying – being an upstanding digital citizen;
- Online communications – email, chat rooms, forums, games;
- Social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google, Snapchat;
- Online personal safety – keeping personal info private; and
- Intellectual property – giving credit where credit is due.
Test Drive MaterialsLesson Overviews
An overview of the content
for all lessons.
Selected Lesson Samples
Downloadable videos, available for local use, are embedded in a PDF file. Please make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash Player, then use the file below to test your systems.
You must download the file to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader; the video doesn't play in a web browser.[10.9MB file]Other Technical Info
NorthEast Washington Educational Service District • Technology & Design Services • 4202 S. Regal Street, Spokane, WA 99223
Deb Ramsay, Executive Director • Steve Schreiner, Technology & Learning Coordinator • Shelly Johnson, Administrative Assistant
e: email@example.com • v: 509.323.2727 • fax: 509.789.3554 • w: www.esd101.net/technology